HOW PREDICTABLE: Kirsten Gillibrand Blames Her Dismal 2020 Poll Numbers On Sexism

According to the Real Clear Politics average of polls, Kirsten Gillibrand is currently sitting at a miserable 0.8 percent.

How is the New York senator explaining her awful polling? With accusations of sexism, of course.

Breitbart reports:

Kirsten Gillibrand Blames ‘Gender Bias’ for Low Polling Ahead of 2020

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) claimed she is being underestimated in the race for the 2020 Democratic nomination for president and blamed “gender bias” for the many problems she faces, such as low polling.

In the CNN profile, which highlights how she is “campaigning by living her best life,” Gillibrand let out a “hearty ‘yeah’” when asked whether she believed people were underestimating her efforts in the race.

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“I think it’s just gender bias. I think people are generally biased against women. I think also biased against young women,” Gillibrand said. “There’s just bias and it’s real and it exists, but you have to overcome it.”

Gillibrand also stated that voters will “give a woman a shot” and insisted that that opportunity is needed.

“Voters will give a woman a shot. They just have to get to know her,” the low-polling presidential hopeful stated. “They might make a judgment without knowing her, but once they meet her and know who she is and why she’s running, it will give her that opportunity.”

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